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Reaching Out to the Next Generation About Tech Careers

 

Dozens of students expressed interest in learning to code when they stopped by the Cayman Enterprise City (CEC) booth at the Chamber of Commerce Career’s Expo on Friday, 23 February. CEC Marketing Manager, Kaitlyn Elphinstone and zone entrepreneur of Spark Limited, Mark Hall were on hand to give out information about CEC and talk about opportunities being developed in Cayman’s special economic zones. They also answered questions about how to apply for the Enterprise Cayman “Summer in the City” internship programme and raised awareness about the CEC online jobs portal

Cayman Brac students learn about STEM career paths which could lead to future jobs in Cayman’s Special Economic Zones

Enterprise Cayman outreach to local schools extends to the Sister Islands

Year 9 students from Layman E. Scott High School located in Cayman Brac recently heard from Amy Hayward, an experienced digital marketer, who spoke to students about STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) education and encouraged participants to peruse future jobs within the Cayman Enterprise City Special Economic Zones (CEC).

Partnership Actively Helps Caymanians Develop Skills to Compete for Jobs

Cayman’s special economic zone, Cayman Enterprise City (CEC), through its local jobs initiative Enterprise Cayman, actively partners with the National Workforce Development Agency (NWDA) to help improve job opportunities for Caymanians.  A recent job skills training workshop illustrates how the partnership between the zone and the agency works to prepare them to compete for jobs that are developing within Cayman Enterprise City. 

CEC Community Members inspire Caymanian Students to follow careers in STEM or learn to code.

 

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